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How will you describe the geography of China?

How will you describe the geography of China?

It is diverse with snow-capped mountains, deep river valleys, broad basins, high plateaus, rolling plains, terraced hills, sandy dunes with many other geographic features and other landforms present in myriad variations. In general, the land is high in the west and descends to the east coast.

What are three facts about China’s geography?

10 Facts on China’s Geography That Will Entice You to Travel

  • China has the greatest altitude difference on Earth.
  • China’s northeast is frozen in winter.
  • 2 percent of China’s south extends into the tropics.
  • The Yangtze is the world’s third longest river.
  • The Yellow River is cradle of China’s civilization.
  • The Pearl River Delta conurbation is world’s largest urban area.

What are two geographical features of China?

China has various form of terraces, including magnificent plateau, rolling foothills, vast plain and low-lying highlands, as well as basins big and small, all surrounded by hills. All these five basic terraces can all be found in the country, with mountainous areas making up two thirds of its total land area.

What are the two main areas of China?

CHAPTER 1 POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS Administratively, China16 is divided into 23 provinces, 5 autonomous regions (Inner Mongolia, Guangxi, Tibet, Ningxia, Xinjiang), 4 municipalities (Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chongqing) and 2 Special Administrative Regions (Hong Kong, Macao).

How many parts of China are there?

China is a very large and populous country with 22 provinces (23 if Taiwan is included), 5 autonomous regions, 4 municipalities and 2 special administrative regions (Hong Kong and Macau).

Top 10 most populous Chinese regions

Rank Region Proportion (%)
National total 100
1 Guangdong 6.83
2 Shandong 7.17
3 Henan 7.31